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Title: Effect of HR Practices on Retention of Teachers in the Private Schools of Agra
Researcher: Sony Anubhav
Guide(s): Shakya Anurag
Keywords: Arts and Humanities,Arts and Recreation,Humanities Multidisciplinary
Retention
University: Mangalayatan University
Completed Date: 2018
Abstract: Any organization, without properly following the rules and principals of HRM is tend to face serious complications in order to manage regular functional activities of organization. newlineThis thesis contains the driven results from investigation(s) on HR practices namely (i) Recruitment and Selection, (ii) Training and Development, (iii) Welfare Schemes, (iv) Motivation and (v) Appraisal Schemes while examining their effects on retention. This study has been carried out on thirty private secondary schools of Agra in respect of assessing the aforesaid impact on retention of teachers. It took Nine months for the researcher to come up with this topic of Interdisciplinary nature as he has strong innate desires of conducting research on teachers and ability to strengthen relationships with the private schools of Agra. Under this study the researcher has investigated the possible reasons that drive employees to switch from their current jobs over others due to management, leadership, compensation and/or in hunt for other career related decisions. The relevant literature has been assessed, collected and reviewed under the close supervision of research guide. The researcher has reviewed literatures focusing on the importance of retaining employees ranging from national and international borders and has uncovered possible gaps in same regard. within organizations in order to sweep profits because the exercises of recruitment and training exerts time and money which could have been saved if proper HR measures are taken in consideration. Five null hypotheses were framed which belong to selected factor(s) of the study and later on it was discovered that all hypothesis have been rejected signaling towards close relationship between deployment of HR practices in respect to employee retention among private school teachers. The study took place among Three Hundred Private school teachers from randomly chosen 30 private schools of Agra.
Pagination: 21x30 CM
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/270739
Appears in Departments:Institute of Business Management

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